EuroUSEC 2018 Workshop

The 3rd European Workshop on Usable Security

April 23, 2018

London, England

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EuroUSEC 2018 Proceedings Front Matter

8:45-9:30: Registration

9:30-9:45: Welcome from Chairs

9:45-11:00: Users and Security

User Perception and Expectations on Deleting Instant Messages —or— “What Happens If I Press This Button?”

Theodor Schnitzler, Christine Utz, Florian Farke, Christina Pöpper, Markus Dürmuth

“This Website Uses Cookies”: Users’ Perceptions and Reactions to the Cookie Disclaimer

Oksana Kulyk, Nina Gerber, Annika Hilt, Melanie Volkamer

11:00-11:15: Short Coffee Break

11:15-13:00: Rethinking Principles and Patterns

A Usability Study of Secure Email Deletion

Tyler Monson, Joshua Reynolds, Trevor Smith, Scott Ruoti, Daniel Zappala, Kent Seamons

Rethinking Home Network Security

Norbert Nthala, Ivan Flechais

Consolidating Principles and Patterns for Human-centred Usable Security Research and Development

Luigi Lo Iacono, Matthew Smith, Emanuel von Zezschwitz, Peter Leo Gorski, Peter Nehren

13:00-14:30: Lunch

14:30-14:45: Return from Lunch Warm-up

14:45-16:00: Privacy Expectations and Calculations

The Role of Privacy Violations in Privacy Calculus

Maija Poikela, Sebastian Möller

What Can’t Data Be Used For? User Privacy Expectations about Smart TVs

Nathan Malkin, Julia Bernd, Maritza Johnson, Serge Egelman

16:00 – 16:30: Coffee Break

16:30-17:45: Teaching Configuration

Permission Impossible: Teaching Firewall Configuration in a Game Environment

Sibylle Sehl, Kami Vaniea

The ‘Retailio’ Privacy Wizard: Assisting Users with Privacy Settings for Intelligent Retail Stores

Frederic Raber, David Ziemann, Antonio Krueger